Attention Harry Potter fans: J.K. Rowling is planning to publish a book of wizard fairy tales based on tales referred to in the Potter books and (here is the nice part) she is donating the royalties and profits to charity. The British charity hopes to raise around $8 million through sales of the book, The Tales of Beedle the Bard, which was originally "published" as seven handwritten copies (reliving some possible zine days, we're guessing?) given mostly to friends and one was auctioned off for $4 million. The charity version will include illustrations by Rowling and "commentary" from Albus Dumbledore, the headmaster of Hogwarts. The book will be published on December 4th, through Bloomsbury in Britain and Scholastic in the U.S.. Rowling considers this her last book concerning Harry Potter's world. [Yahoo! News]